In the Tongass, youth help manage a forest and protect an ancient art.
The pole was placed on a site where the tribe hopes to one day build a cultural center.
Prince of Wales Island trapper argue that the Alaska Department of Fish and Game has been mismanaging the wolf population for years, and are putting the interests of small environmental groups above local voices.
For years, populations of Sitka black-tail deer have slumped, leaving residents without a staple source of protein. A three-day summit held in Craig last month prompted lengthy discussions about the problem.
Alaska has the fastest rising opioid overdose rate in the nation. More than 200 Alaskans died from overdoses in the last year.
Nearly six tons of marine debris collected from a remote island were offloaded in Ketchikan last week.
In total, there are 27 places proposed for renaming on federal land in Alaska.
The number of children in Alaska’s foster care system has been pretty stable during the pandemic, but the number of foster homes has declined dramatically.
Southeast Conference Executive Director Robert Venables says the idea is to create a co-op facility that would be shared by a number of mariculture firms.
In-person learning in Craig is scheduled to resume Jan. 17, but the superintendent says that could change.